I am a regular fashion contributor for a few different online magazines. I write style guides, catwalk reports and editorial articles for both men and women.
Who’s Jack London
I have been writing catwalk reports for WJ London for a few years now and I absolutely love it! Seeing the latest fashion shows at London Collections Men and London Fashion Week never gets old. See all my posts for WJ here.
Not Just A Label is a brilliant fashion website where you can find a whole host of design talent as well as topical editorial on issues within the fashion industry. See below for the articles I have written so far:
Enclothed Cognition – Fashion’s Unheard Voice: What we choose to wear can reveal more about us than we would ever expect. In fact, you could describe clothing as a language we use to express ourselves to others.
Lights, Camera, Edit: Using And Abusing Visual Communications In Fashion: Scrolling through Instagram and Pinterest, you are met with a plethora of beautiful images, filtered and edited to perfection. In a world where marketing has been transformed into visual storytelling, where does the line between inspiring and deceiving lie, when it comes to photo manipulation?
Fashion’s Troubled Mind: The fashion world is often portrayed as a place of glitz and glamour, excess, extravagance and excitement, where whimsical stories are created, culture is crafted and dreams are realised. Yet, beneath the surface of a designer’s psyche lies a very dark secret.
The Idle Man
I branched out into the man’s world with my articles on men’s style and grooming for The Idle Man. Refer your brothers, friends and boyfriends here.
I write fashion posts for Lady Wimbledon, an online publication for women around Wimbledon, Kingston and Richmond. I wanted to get involved in a magazine close to home and they took me on as their fashion blogger. Read my posts here.
Alexie is a fairly new online magazine for women with style guides, beauty tips and articles on health. Find advice on what to wear and make-up tips here.
Let’s collaborate! I am always on the lookout for new magazines to work with. I’d love to hear your ideas at email@example.com